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Transferring Medicaid From Another State to Arizona

Do you have questions about transferring Medicaid from state to state? Wondering whether all states have Medicaid or not? Whether you’re moving to Arizona or away from it, it’s important to understand how that will affect your medical benefits. There’s ...
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Arizona Long Term Care Plans

Looking for long-term care plans in Arizona? Wondering if ALTCS is the same as Medicaid? Whether you’re already receiving long-term care or think you may need it in the future, ALTCS can help. Depending on your medical needs and financial ...
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Does Medicaid Cover Long Term Care?

Are you wondering whether Medicaid covers long-term assisted living or nursing home care for dementia? Need to know if you can get help with treatment for a chronic illness, including prescriptions or doctor visits? It’s no secret that medical care ...
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Pet Friendly Assisted Living in Arizona

Are you looking to learn more about pet-friendly assisted living in Arizona? Curious about pet therapy benefits or therapy dogs in nursing homes? Then you’ve come to the right place. Making the move to senior housing can be a huge ...
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Hospice Care in Arizona

Are you looking to learn more about hospice care in Arizona? Wondering exactly what “hospice care” means or how your family may pay for it? Whatever the case, your first step should be learning more about the topic. What is ...
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Power Of Attorney For Elderly Parent With Dementia

When an elderly parent begins to suffer diminished mental capacity from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, a family member will usually need to step in to handle their affairs. Due to strict confidentiality rules in the banking and healthcare industries, the ...
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How Do You Get Someone Declared Incompetent?

It’s difficult to watch a loved one lose the ability to safely and rationally care for themselves, especially when the change involves a gradually diminishing mental capacity due to senility, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or other illnesses and injuries. What begins ...
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